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LITERATURE GIGS DRAMA CONCERTS LECTURES FILM ART

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SPRING LITERARY FESTIVAL UEA’s Literary Festival regularly welcomes award-winning authors to campus All events take place in Lecture Theatre 1 at 7pm (doors open 6.30pm) Season ticket £48 / £40 Individual tickets £8 / £4 Visit uea.ac.uk/litfest Email literaryevents@uea.ac.uk Follow @UEALitFest

LITERATURE

3 LITERATURE 5 DRAMA 6 GIGS 9 CONCERTS AND MUSIC EVENTS 10 LECTURES AND SEMINARS 20 FILM SCREENINGS 22 ART EVENTS AND EXHIBITIONS 27 ADDITIONAL INFORMATION 28 EVENTS CALENDAR

FEBRUARY Wed 22 Feb Lionel Shriver MARCH Wed 1 Mar Elif Shafak Wed 8 Mar Louise Doughty Thu 16 Mar George Saunders Wed 22 Mar Michael Pennington APRIL Wed 26 Apr Ed Balls MAY Wed 3 May Ali Smith

Front cover: Araki – Girl with a Watermelon (Michael Hoppen) This page: Head, 19th century Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts

Photo credits: Lionel Shriver, ©Sarah Lee; Elif Shakak, ©Zeynel Abidin; Louise Doughty, ©Charlie Hopkinson; George Saunders, ©Chloe Aftel; Michael Pennington, ©Alex Lear; Ed Balls, ©Chris Harris; Ali Smith, ©Sarah Wood 3


LITERATURE

All performances take place at UEA Drama studio Latecomers may not be admitted £7 / £5

All events take place at 7pm (doors open 6.30pm) in Dragon Hall, King Street, Norwich

Email dramaevents@uea.ac.uk Visit uea.ac.uk/events Follow @UEADrama

Free Visit writerscentrenorwich.org.uk Email p.langeskov@uea.ac.uk Call 01603 877177

Thu 26 Jan Rory Gleeson Rockadoon Shore

Thu 23 Feb Julianne Pachico The Lucky Ones Thu 23 Mar In memory of Rebecca McManus

MINOTAUR THEATRE COMPANY Offering students at UEA a chance to showcase their work outside of the academic programme JANUARY Thu 26 – Sat 28 Jan, 7.30pm Road Jim Cartwright Rehearsal Room, UEA Drama Studio FEBRUARY Thu 2 – Sat 4 Feb, 7.30pm Custard Pip Williams Winner of the Minotaur Theatre Company’s New Writing Competition 2017 Thu 23 – Sat 25 Feb, 7.30pm Cabaret: A night at the musicals Charity event, free

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DRAMA

UEA LIVE A series of readings showcasing the past, present and future of UEA’s creative writing talent, in collaboration with Writers’ Centre Norwich. Headline authors will be supported by writers from across the current UEA Creative Writing programmes.

UEA BURLESQUE SOCIETY £6 / £5 Email ueaburlesquesoc@gmail.com to reserve tickets

Mon 13 Feb, 8pm Get L.O.V.E. (Get Lucky on Valentine’s Eve) SACRÉ THÉÂTRE Performances from the UK’s longestrunning French language theatre company, comprised of staff and students principally from UEA’s School of Language and Communication Studies Call 01603 508050 Email ueaticketbookings@uea.ac.uk to reserve tickets

Wed 22 – Sat 25 Mar, 7.30pm Le Bal des voleurs Jean Anouilh

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GIGS

THE NICK RAYNS LCR UEA is known for hosting great gigs and attracting world-class musicians to Norwich All gigs are for over 14s only Prices are advance (more on the door) and may be subject to a booking fee Call 01603 508050 Visit ueaticketbookings.co.uk

FEBRUARY Sun 12 Feb, 7pm Wilkinson £16

MARCH Wed 8 Mar, 7.30pm De La Soul £25

Wed 15 Feb, 7.30pm Sigala £15

Sun 12 Mar, 7pm White Lies £22.50

Fri 17 Feb, 7.30pm Anthrax £27.50

Wed 15 Mar, 7pm Black Star Riders £24

Sat 18 Feb, 6.30pm Taking Back Sunday £22

Fri 17 Mar, 6.30pm Glass Animals £16

Thu 23 Feb, 7.30pm Deaf Havana £16.50

Wed 22 Mar, 7.30pm Mallory Knox £16

DE LA SOUL

SOPHIE ELLIS BEXTOR

Mon 27 Mar, 7.30pm Blossoms £17.50 Wed 29 Mar, 7.30pm Blackberry Smoke £20

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GIGS

Call 01603 508050 Visit ueaticketbookings.co.uk

JANUARY Wed 11 Jan, 7.30pm Devil You Know £12.50 Wed 18 Jan, 7.30pm The Dillinger Escape Plan £15

LUNCHTIME CONCERTS Sat 18 Feb, 6.30pm Space £15 Tue 28 Feb, 7.30pm The Sherlocks £9

Mon 23 Jan, 7.30pm Declan McKenna £8.50

MARCH Wed 1 Mar, 7.30pm Lucy Spraggan £14.50

FEBRUARY Wed 8 Feb, 7.30pm Amber Run £11

Thu 16 Mar, 7.30pm Frank Carter and the Rattlesnakes £16

Wed 15 Feb, 7.30pm Hidden Charms £7 Thu 16 Feb, 7.30pm Sophie Ellis Bextor £20

Mon 27 Mar, 7.30pm Stiff Little Fingers £18.50 APRIL Mon 3 Apr, 7.30pm Pulled Apart by Horses £12 Tue 11 Apr, 7.30pm Hell Yeah £17.50

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Programmes will be varied and performers a mixture of the best of UEA’s student Music Award holders and established musicians Concerts take place in Strode Concert Room, UEA Music Centre, 1.10–1.55pm Free, no booking required Wed 1 Feb, Wed 1 Mar, Wed 3 May

UEA SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA AND SACRÉ THÉÂTRE CONCERT £3 tickets available: Online uea.ac.uk/music-centre On the door

JANUARY Sat 21 Jan, 7pm Beethoven Symphony No. 5 and Debussy/Louÿs Les Chansons de Bilitis UEA Drama Studio

CONCERTS AND MUSIC EVENTS

Visit uea.ac.uk/music-centre Email musicevents@uea.ac.uk Call 01603 593948

THE WATERFRONT Gigs on King Street, Norwich

UEA CHOIR AND SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA CONCERT £12 / £4 tickets available: Online uea.ac.uk/music-centre On the door In person or over the phone Prelude Records (01603 628319) and St. George’s Music Shop (01603 626414)

Fri 24 Mar, 7.30pm

Verdi Requiem

St Andrew’s Hall, Norwich

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LECTURES AND SEMINARS

INAUGURAL LECTURES Explore cutting-edge ideas with UEA’s newest professors

All events take place from 7–9pm at Writers’ Centre Norwich, Dragon Hall

All talks take place at 6.30pm in the Julian Study Centre lecture theatre at UEA and are followed by a drinks reception

Free to attend, booking essential

Free

Visit uea.ac.uk/events Email events@uea.ac.uk Call 01603 592130

Visit uea.ac.uk/events Email events@uea.ac.uk Call 01603 592130

Mon 16 Jan Migration – what does humanity demand? Gervais Kouloungou, Red Cross; Dr Alexandria Innes, UEA; and Daniel Trilling, journalist

Mon 13 March How far to go to gender equality? Bea Campbell, journalist and author; Dr Eylem Atakav, UEA; and Prof Laura Bowater, UEA

JANUARY Tue 17 Jan Is it worth it? Balancing the costs and benefits of healthcare Prof Jennifer Whitty Norwich Medical School Tue 31 Jan Tara Oceans: Ecosystems biology at planetary scale Prof Chris Bowler School of Environmental Sciences

Mon 13 Feb Internet 2.0: digital native or digital exile? Prof Mary Beard, Cambridge University; Dr Paul Bernal, UEA; and Bill Thompson, journalist OPEN DAYS

Tue 28 Mar

Sun 12 Mar, 10am–4pm DISABLED ACCESS DAY Celebrate Disabled Access Day with UEA. Come and check out the recent improvements in the accessibility of UEA’s campus, with free entry to the Sportspark all day, plus a host of other activities to try Union House and Main Square

Prof Gerard Parr School of Computing Sciences

FEBRUARY Tue 21 Feb What can I say? On poetry and embarrassment Prof Tiffany Atkinson School of Literature, Drama and Creative Writing Tue 28 Feb Pre-operative medical disclosure: placing the patient at the heart of the matter Prof Rob Heywood UEA Law School MARCH Tue 14 Mar Partnerships, politics and practice: academic life in the health sciences Prof Rosalynd Jowett School of Health Sciences

LECTURES AND SEMINARS

DRAGON HALL DEBATES UEA and Writers’ Centre Norwich bring you a new series of sparky debates on contemporary controversies. These events are open to everyone and no prior subject knowledge is necessary. There will be plenty of opportunities for questions and guests are warmly encouraged to join the discussion.

The role of internet technologies – are we bridging divides or losing control?

Email events@uea.ac.uk Call 01603 591926

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LECTURES AND SEMINARS

Free to attend, no need to book Visit uea.ac.uk/events Email events@uea.ac.uk Call 01603 592130

KESWICK HALL LECTURES A series of talks supported by the UEA Faith Literacy Network and the Keswick Hall Trust exploring religion in Britain today

MARCH Thu 9 Mar Free speech, hate speech, faith speech Thu 16 Mar What are ‘British’ values? Thu 23 Mar Faith and British politics: in conversation with Rt Hon Charles Clarke

‘BREXIT MEANS BREXIT’, BUT WHAT DOES THAT MEAN?

LITERARY TRANSLATION WORKSHOPS

These discussions bring together specialists and practitioners to debate key questions concerning the UK’s future outside the EU. They will ask: what is at stake? What are the options? What are the likely consequences?

Small group literary translation workshops at UEA, led by renowned literary translators

JANUARY Thu 19 Jan The future of the UK Prof John Curtice, University of Strathclyde; Prof Michael Keating, University of Aberdeen; Dr Jo Hunt, University of Cardiff; Dr Nikos Skoutaris, UEA FEBRUARY Thu 2 Feb The UK’s international future Prof Thomas Otte, UEA and Prof Richard Whitman, University of Kent Thu 9 Feb The future of migration and immigration, and Brits abroad Rt Hon Prof Charles Clarke, UEA and Dr Heather Rolfe, National Institute of Economic and Social Research (NIESR) Thu 16 Feb The future of community relations Sunder Katwala, British Future and Prof Eric Kaufmann, University of London

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5.30–7pm Free Email c.rossi@uea.ac.uk

JANUARY Wed 18 Jan How to write a reader’s report Dr Cecilia Rossi, UEA ARTS 2.03 Thu 26 Jan The Englishing of Ibsen Prof Janet Garton, UEA ARTS 2.06

FEBRUARY Wed 8 Feb Style in translation Prof Jean Boase-Beier, UEA ARTS 2.03 Wed 22 Feb Panel discussion on publishing translators with independent publishers Stefan Tobler, Nathan Hamilton, Andrew McDonnell ARTS 2.03 MARCH Wed 8 Mar Translating poetry Sasha Dugdale ARTS 2.03

LECTURES AND SEMINARS

All talks take place at 6.30pm in Thomas Paine Study Centre lecture theatre at UEA

Wed 22 Mar Writer-translator collaboration Christina MacSweeney ARTS 2.03

THE CUT SCIENCE CAFÉ Providing an informal environment in which to discuss the latest ideas in science and technology All sessions take place at the Cut Arts and Media Centre, Halesworth £3, booking essential Doors open from 6.30pm, talks 7–9pm

Thu 26 Jan Dark energy and dark matter Thu 23 Feb Sex, art and genes Thu 30 Mar Thinking fast and slow

Email info@newcut.org Visit newcut.org to book tickets Follow @CutSciCafe

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LECTURES AND SEMINARS

EFRY 01.05 1.10–2pm Free Email j.drugan@uea.ac.uk

FEBRUARY Thu 9 Feb Finding yourself as a freelance translator: the importance of specialisation Marie Crossland MARCH Thu 2 Mar From interaction to institutional organisation: inroads into media interpreting research Pedro Castillo Ortiz University of Heriot Watt

Thu 9 Mar

Words as a peaceful weapon: translation’s role in the defence of human rights Lucio Bagnulo Head of Translation Amnesty International

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Thu 16 Mar Making sense of adversarial interpreting in legal contexts Dr Krzysztof Kredens University of Aston Thu 23 Mar Working as a project manager in the translation industry Kasia Kosmaczewska TranslateMedia MAY Thu 4 May Positioning interpreters in third sector services for survivors of domestic violence Dr Rebecca Tipton University of Manchester

PHILOSOPHY LECTURES All events take place at 6.15pm (doors at 6pm) in Thomas Paine Study Centre lecture theatre, UEA Free Email philosophyevents@uea.ac.uk

JANUARY Tue 24 Jan Ancient philosophy: from birth pangs to coming of age Prof Catherine Rowett FEBRUARY Tue 7 Feb The heyday of Islamic philosophy in the Medaeval world Dr Davide Rizza Tue 21 Feb Prof Tim O’Hagan and Dr Michael Frazer debate Enlightenments Chaired by Dr Jerry Goodenough MARCH Tue 7 Mar Existentialisms Dr Tom Greaves Tue 21 Mar The futures of philosophy Prof Gary Francione, Dr Silvia Panizza, Dr Janosch Prinz, Dr Eugen Fischer

LECTURES AND SEMINARS

IN OTHER WORDS A series of Language and Communication Studies talks involving a range of professionals and academics discussing ways in which they work with languages

THE SEBALD LECTURE 2017 £12 / £10 / £8 Visit www.bl.uk/events Email bclt@uea.ac.uk

Mon 20 Feb, 7pm

Releasing the lyric: translating Latin and Greek poetry Michael Longley The British Library Conference Centre, London

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LECTURES AND SEMINARS

PUBLIC LECTURES A series of talks on language, applied pragmatics, intercultural and translation issues hosted by the School of Politics, Philosophy, Language and Communication Studies

All events take place from 12–1pm at UEA

Free

Email edu.support@uea.ac.uk

FEBRUARY Thu 9 Feb To what extent does a regional dialect and accent impact on the development of reading and writing skills? England and USA perspectives Prof Richard Andrews, UEA Queens Building 01.11 Thu 23 Feb From policy to practice: changing discourses in migrant workers’ education in China Fusheng Jia, UEA Lawrence Stenhouse Building 01.21 APRIL Thu 27 Apr Seeing differently, doing differently: challenges for education projects in Southern Africa Lindsay Howard, UEA Lawrence Stenhouse Building 1.40

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All events take place at UEA, 1.10–2pm

Free

Call 01603 591504 Email l.yulita@uea.ac.uk Visit uea.ac.uk/lcs/events

EDUCATION SEMINARS The School of Education and Lifelong Learning presents a series of research seminars from key speakers in the field of Education All events take place from 5.30–7pm in Thomas Paine Study Centre room 2.03, UEA Free, booking essential

FEBRUARY Thu 2 Feb Languages and communication at work: what you need for the world of employment UEA alumni panel discussion Lecture theatre 1

Thu 16 Feb Communicating in another language: it takes more than words and grammar Dr Henriëtte Hendriks University of Cambridge Thomas Paine Study Centre lecture theatre Thu 23 Feb Foreign language learning after Brexit Prof Mike Byram Durham University Lecture theatre 1

LECTURES AND SEMINARS

EDUCATION AND INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT SEMINARS The School of Education and Lifelong Learning and the School of International Development run a joint research seminar series. These seminars are open to all and aim to address issues within the fields of education and international development, and comparative education.

Email edu.support@uea.ac.uk to reserve tickets

MARCH Wed 8 Mar Visual and multimodal methods and their impact on educational research Prof Carey Jewitt UCL Institute of Education Wed 22 Mar Policy mobility: education, globalisation and neo-liberalism Prof Stephen Ball UCL Institute of Education

TASTER DAYS FOR STUDENTS IN YEARS 10–12 SUMMER SCHOOLS FOR STUDENTS IN YEARS 11 AND 12 • A range of subjects on offer • Meet current students • Explore campus • Free places and transport available FIND OUR MORE AT www.uea.ac.uk/universitytasters

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LECTURES AND SEMINARS

VOICES FROM GREECE

PUBLIC HISTORY DAY

Lecture with speakers and live music performed by Plastikes Karekles

Email artsandhumanitiesevents@uea.ac.uk

Free, booking essential

Email h.anagnostopoulou@uea.ac.uk

Call 01603 597507 Email sisjac@sainsbury-institute.org Visit sainsbury-institute.org

THIRD THURSDAY LECTURES All lectures take place in Norwich Cathedral Hostry at 6pm 50 minute lecture followed by refreshments Thu 19 Jan The Shogun’s harem: life in the women’s palace in nineteenth century Japan Lesley Downer author

Thu 16 Feb On some characteristics of Japanese traditional portraits known as Nise-e (likeness picture) Tetsuei Tsuda Tokyo National Research Institute for Cultural Properties Talk will be in Japanese and consecutively interpreted by Dr Simon Kaner

Sun 26 Feb, 4pm Voices from Greece: Brexit, Brecht and the Greek crisis Prof Hussein Kassim, UEA; Dr Dimitris Asimakoulas, University of Surrey; Dr Maria Kyriakidou, UEA; Prof Dimitris Tziovas, University of Birmingham; Theodoros Chiotis Lecture theatre 1

JOHN GARRETT MEMORIAL LECTURE 2017 Free Email politicsevents@uea.ac.uk

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GAINS AND LOSSES Email hazel.marsh@uea.ac.uk Call 01603 592151

Mon 13 Mar, 6.30pm Gains and losses: a look at Argentina’s economic and social changes after a year of right-wing government Nick Caistor ARTS 2.01

Thu 16 Mar In a lively place: spaces of Japanese scriptwriting Dr Lauri Kitsnik Sainsbury Institute Thu 20 Apr Bringing back Yoshikono: Songs of 7-7-7-5 in a WWII-era Osaka Rakugo magazine Dr Matthew Shores University of Cambridge

Sat 12 March, 10am – 5pm History for all: immigration in Norfolk and beyond Academics from UEA’s School of History The Forum, Norwich

LECTURES AND SEMINARS

JAPANESE ART AND CULTURE Regular events hosted by UEA’s Sainsbury Institute of Japanese Arts and Cultures (SISJAC)

Fri 24 Feb, 7pm

Stop the presses? The revolution in news Alan Rusbridger Thomas Paine Study Centre lecture theatre, UEA

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FILM SCREENINGS

CINÉ CLUB

Age restrictions may apply

A selection of international films, all subtitled in English, hosted by UEA’s Language and Communications department

EUROPEAN POLITICAL CINEMA A selection of international films, all subtitled in English, hosted by UEA’s School of Politics, Philosophy, Language and Communication Studies All events take place at 5pm at UEA

Free

Free

Email ppl.schooloffice@uea.ac.uk

Email v.koutrakou@uea.ac.uk

JANUARY Tue 17 Jan A Good Man in Africa (UK 1981) ARTS 01.03

MARCH Tue 7 Mar Son of Saul (Hungarian 2015) ARTS 01.05

Tue 24 Jan The White Ribbon (German 2009) ARTS 01.05

Tue 14 Mar Elena (Russian 2011 ARTS 01.05

Tue 31 Jan The Caiman (Italian 2006) ARTS 01.03

Tue 21 Mar La Conquête (French 2011) ARTS 01.05

FEBRUARY Tue 14 Feb Once Upon a Time in Anatolia (Turkish 2011) ARTS 01.03 Tue 21 Feb The Priest’s Children (Croatian 2013) ARTS 01.05

APRIL Tue 25 Apr Five Moons Square (Italian 2003) ARTS 01.05

MAY Tue 2 May Barbara (German 2012) ARTS 01.05 Tue 9 May The Mirror (Russian 1975) ARTS 01.05

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All events take place at 5pm at UEA

Tue 21 Feb Mommy (French 2014) Lecture theatre 3 Thu 23 Feb La Novia (Spanish 2015) Lecture theatre 3

JANUARY Mon 23 Jan Wolf Children (Japanese 2012) Lecture theatre 4

MARCH Mon 6 Mar When the last sword is drawn (Japanese 2003) Lecture theatre 4

Tue 24 Jan Tokyo Fiancée (French 2014) Lecture theatre 3

Tue 7 Mar Entre les murs (French 2008) Lecture theatre 3

Thu 26 Jan El Desconocido (Spanish 2015) Lecture theatre 3

Thu 9 Mar La chispa de la vida (Spanish 2011) Lecture theatre 3

FEBRUARY Mon 6 Feb Ping Pong (Japanese 2002) Lecture theatre 4 Tue 7 Feb Après mai (French 2012) Lecture theatre 3 Thu 9 Feb Juan de los muertos (Spanish 2011) Lecture theatre 3

FILM SCREENINGS

A selection of films from around the world

AMAZON VOICES Film screening and Q&A with filmmaker Lamia Chraibi via Skype about indigenous communities in Amazonia who are trying to make their voices heard Free Call 01603 592151 Email hazel.marsh@uea.ac.uk

Mon 23 Jan, 6.30pm Amazon Voices Lecture theatre 1, UEA

Mon 20 Feb Our Little Sister (Japanese 2015) Lecture theatre 4

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ART EVENTS AND EXHIBITIONS

All art events and exhibitions take place at the Sainsbury Centre unless otherwise stated Call 01603 593199 Email scva@uea.ac.uk Visit scva.ac.uk Follow @SainsburyCentre

EXHIBITIONS Sat 15 Oct – Sun 12 Feb 2017 Fiji: art and life in the Pacific The largest and most comprehensive exhibition about Fiji ever assembled, it will take the visitor on a journey through the art and cultural history of Fiji since the late 18th century, revealing stunning sculptures, textiles, ceramics, and ivory and shell regalia

Fri 11 Nov – Sun 19 Mar 2017 Masters of Japanese photography Exploring the works of some of the most prominent Japanese photographers of the twentieth century, including Nobuyoshi Araki and Eikoh Hosoe and Kikuji Kawada

MASTERS OF JAPANESE PHOTOGRAPHY – SPECIAL EVENTS Running alongside the major exhibition, Masters of Japanese photography, is a series of special events

Tue 21 Feb, 6–7pm Lecture with Dr Jelena Stojkovic Learn about Japanese photography ‘post-war’ practice in relation to particular photographers working during this time Sainsbury Centre Education Studio £8 / £6 Pre-booked tickets only Thu 9 Mar, 6–7pm Lecture with Anna Jackson Anna Jackson, Keeper of the Asian Department at the Victoria and Albert Museum will explore eroticism and the kimono Sainsbury Centre Education Studio £8 / £6 Pre-booked tickets only

Thu 16 Mar, 6–7pm Lecture with Dr Maki Fukuoka Maki will explore other photographic works in post-war Japan to situate this exhibition in a historical and cultural context Sainsbury Centre Education Studio £8 / £6 Pre-booked tickets only

ART EVENTS AND EXHIBITIONS

The Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts is a world-class art gallery and museum located on campus at UEA

Photo credit: Ordeal by roses #15 1961 © Eikoh Hosoe

Sat 8 Apr – Sun 20 Aug 2017

Paul Nash

Spanning a lifetime’s work from his earliest drawings to his iconic war time paintings, the exhibition will explore Nash’s central role in the development of British art, including renowned paintings from the Great War Credit: Paul Nash, The Shore, 1923. Oil on canvas. Leeds Art Gallery / Bridgeman Images. Tate. 22

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ART EVENTS AND EXHIBITIONS

TALKS AND TOURS Discover the Sainsbury Collection with the help of informative guides

Tue to Sun, 11am and 2pm (subject to availability) Guided tours of the Sainsbury Collection Meet at gallery reception Free Booking not required Tours for blind and partially sighted visitors Available on request Call 01603 591033 Email lisa.blowers@uea.ac.uk

Last Friday of each month, 1.15–1.45pm Last Friday: art for lunch Join a guide for an informative talk on an artist, object or aspect of the Sainsbury Collection Meet at gallery reception Free Fri 27 Jan Two talented Vorticists: David Bomberg and Henri Gaudier-Brzeska Fri 24 Feb Japanese ceramics in the Sainsbury Collection Fri 31 Mar The secret of the Llama power Fri 28 Apr The life and work of Giorgio Morandi

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ART EVENTS AND EXHIBITIONS

ARTISTS AND IDEAS

DIRECTIONS

Practical workshops and courses for adults and young people

UEA is accessible by foot, bike, bus and the local Park and Ride service. Please note that parking on campus is limited.

All events take place from 2–4pm Meet at the gallery reception Booking essential £6 / £4 Visit scva.ac.uk

Sun 5 Feb The kingdom of Benin Discover the history of what was once a powerful region in Africa by looking at iconic bronze, ivory and iron artworks from the era Sun 5 Mar Henry Moore’s shelter drawings Consider Moore’s personal and political representation of war through drawings conceived in a shelter during the London Blitz Sun 2 Apr El Paso: Spanish artists in the Sainsbury Collection Explore an art movement founded to counter the stagnation of Spanish art under the Franco regime after the civil war

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For directions to and around campus Tuesdays during term time from 24 Jan, 4.30–6.30pm Young associates A group which meets to develop creative ideas and visual arts projects Free Email n.croose-myhill@uea.ac.uk Follow scvayoungassociates on Facebook

Visit uea.ac.uk/about/visiting-staying

WHAT’S ON MAILING LIST Want to be the first to hear about UEA events? Let us know if you’d like to join our monthly What’s On e-newsletter, or sign up to receive the events guide by post three times a year. Call 01603 592130 Email events@uea.ac.uk

FAMILIES AND CHILDREN Interactive activities for the whole family to enjoy

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

SAINSBURY CENTRE SUNDAYS One Sunday a month, take part in activities inspired by the Sainsbury collection including practical artist-led workshops and study afternoons

Every third Friday of the month, 10.15–11.45am (20 Jan, 17 Feb, 17 Mar, 21 Apr) Mini-studio Creative play for pre-school children Sainsbury Centre Education Studio £8 / £6 Free for accompanying adults Booking essential Visit scva.ac.uk First Sunday of the month, 2–4pm (5 Feb, 5 Mar, 2 Apr) Sunday studio Family friendly, artist-led creative activities, inspired by objects in the Sainsbury collection Sainsbury Centre Education Studio Free, donations welcome Visit scva.ac.uk

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WHAT’S ON

Exhibition: Fiji: art and life in the Pacific

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Wed 8 Feb

Workshop: Style in translation

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Until Sun 19 Mar 2017

Exhibition: Masters of Japanese photography

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Thu 9 Feb

Film: Juan de los muertos

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Thu 9 Feb

Lecture: The future of migration and immigration, and Brits abroad

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Thu 9 Feb

Lecture: Finding yourself as a freelance translator: the importance of specialisation

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Thu 9 Feb

Seminar: To what extent does a regional dialect and accent impact on the development of reading and writing skills?

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Sun 12 Feb

Gig: Wilkinson

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Mon 13 Feb

Performance: UEA Burlesque Society: Get L.O.V.E. (Get Lucky on Valentine’s Eve)

Mon 13 Feb

Debate: Internet 2.0: digital native or digital exile?

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Sat 8 Apr – Sun 20 Aug Exhibition: Paul Nash

JANUARY Wed 11 Jan

Gig: Devil You Know

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Mon 16 Jan

Debate: Migration – what does humanity demand?

Tue 17 Jan

Lecture: Is it worth it? Balancing the costs and benefits of healthcare

Tue 17 Jan

Film: A Good Man in Africa

Wed 18 Jan

Gig: The Dillinger Escape Plan

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Wed 18 Jan

Workshop: How to write a reader’s report

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Thu 19 Jan

Lecture: The future of the UK

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Tue 14 Feb

Film: Once Upon a Time in Anatolia

Thu 19 Jan

Lecture: The Shogun’s harem: life in the women’s palace in nineteenth century Japan

Wed 15 Feb

Gig: Hidden Charms

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Wed 15 Feb

Gig: Sigala

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Sat 21 Jan

Concert: Beethoven Symphony No. 5 and Debussy/Louÿs Les Chansons de Bilitis

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Thu 16 Feb

Lecture: Communicating in another language: it takes more than words and grammar

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Mon 23 Jan

Gig: Declan McKenna

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Thu 16 Feb

Lecture: The future of community relations

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Mon 23 Jan

Film: Wolf Children

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Mon 23 Jan

Film: Amazon Voices

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Thu 16 Feb

Lecture: On some characteristics of Japanese traditional portraits known as Nise-e (likeness picture)

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Fri 20 Jan

Art: Mini-studio

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Thu 16 Feb

Gig: Sophie Ellis Bextor

Tue 24 Jan

Film: Tokyo Fiancée

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Fri 17 Feb

Gig: Anthrax

Tue 24 Jan

Lecture: Ancient philosophy: from birth pangs to coming of age

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Fri 17 Feb

Art: Mini-studio

Tue 24 Jan

Film: The White Ribbon

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Sat 18 Feb

Gig: Space

Thu 26 Jan

Workshop: The Englishing of Ibsen

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Sat 18 Feb

Gig: Taking Back Sunday

Thu 26 Jan

Literature: Rory Gleeson

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Mon 20 Feb

Lecture: Releasing the lyric: translating Latin and Greek poetry

Thu 26 – Sat 28 Jan

Theatre: Road

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Mon 20 Feb

Film: Our Little Sister

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Thu 26 Jan

Workshop: Dark energy and dark matter

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Tue 21 Feb

Lecture: Dr Jelena Stojkovic

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Thu 26 Jan

Film: El Desconocido

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Tue 21 Feb

Film: Mommy

Fri 27 Jan

Talk: Two talented Vorticists: David Bomberg and Henri Gaudier-Brzeska 24

Tue 21 Feb

Film: The Priest’s Children

Tue 31 Jan

Lecture: Tara Oceans: Ecosystems biology at planetary scale

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Tue 21 Feb

Lecture: Prof Tim O’Hagan and Dr Michael Frazer debate Enlightenments 15

Tue 31 Jan

Film: The Caiman

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Tue 21 Feb

Lecture: What can I say? On poetry and embarrassment

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Wed 22 Feb

Literature: Lionel Shriver

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Wed 22 Feb

Workshop: Panel discussion on publishing translators with independent publishers

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Thu 23 Feb

Film: La Novia

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FEBRUARY

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WHAT’S ON

Until Sun 12 Feb 2017

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Wed 1 Feb

Concert: Lunchtime concert

Thu 2 Feb

Talk: Languages and communication at work: what you need for the world of employment

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Thu 23 Feb

Lecture: Foreign language learning after Brexit

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Thu 2 Feb

Lecture: The UK’s international future

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Thu 23 Feb

Workshop: Sex, art and genes

13

Thu 2 – Sat 4 Feb

Theatre: Custard

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Thu 23 Feb

Literature: Julianne Pachico

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Sun 5 Feb

Workshop: The kingdom of Benin

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Thu 23 Feb

Gig: Deaf Havana

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Sun 5 Feb:

Workshop: Sunday studio

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Mon 6 Feb

Film: Ping Pong

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Thu 23 Feb

Seminar: From policy to practice: changing discourses in migrant workers’ education in China

Tue 7 Feb

Film: Après mai

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Thu 23 – Sat 25 Feb

Theatre: Cabaret: A night at the musicals

Tue 7 Feb

Lecture: The heyday of Islamic philosophy in the Medaeval world

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Fri 24 Feb

Talk: Japanese ceramics in the Sainsbury Collection

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Wed 8 Feb

Gig: Amber Run

8

Fri 24 Feb

Lecture: Stop the presses? The revolution in news

19

16 5

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WHAT’S ON

Lecture: Voices from Greece: Brexit, Brecht and the Greek crisis

19

Fri 17 Mar

Gig: Glass Animals

6

Tue 28 Feb

Gig: The Sherlocks

8

Tue 21 Mar

Film: La Conquête

20

Tue 28 Feb

Lecture: Pre-operative medical disclosure: placing the patient at the heart of the matter

11

Tue 21 Mar

Lecture: The futures of philosophy

15

Wed 22 Mar

Literature: Lionel Shriver

Wed 22 Mar

Seminar: Policy mobility: education, globalisation and neo-liberalism

16

Wed 22 Mar

Workshop: Writer-translator collaboration

13

Wed 22 Mar

Literature: Michael Pennington

3

Wed 22 Mar

Gig: Mallory Knox

6

Wed 22 – Sat 25 Mar

Theatre: Le Bal des voleurs

Thu 23 Mar

Lecture: Working as a project manager in the translation industry

Thu 23 Mar

Literature: In memory of Rebecca McManus

4

Thu 23 Mar

Lecture: Faith and British politics: in conversation with Rt Hon Charles Clarke

12

Fri 24 Mar

Concert: Verdi Requiem

9

Mon 27 Mar

Gig: Blossoms

6

Mon 27 Mar

Gig: Stiff Little Fingers

8

Tue 28 Mar

Lecture: The role of internet technologies – are we bridging the divides or losing control?

11

Wed 29 Mar

Gig: Blackberry Smoke

Thu 30 Mar

Workshop: Thinking fast and slow

13

Fri 31 Mar

Talk: The secret of the Llama power

24

Sun 2 Apr

Workshop: El Paso: Spanish artists in the Sainsbury Collection

26

Sun 2 Apr

Workshop: Sunday studio

26

MARCH Wed 1 Mar

Gig: Lucy Spraggan

8

Wed 1 Mar

Literature: Elif Shafak

3

Wed 1 Mar

Concert: Lunchtime concert

9

Thu 2 Mar

Lecture: From interaction to institutional organisation: inroads into media interpreting research

14

Sun 5 Mar

Workshop: Sunday studio

26

Sun 5 Mar

Workshop: Henry Moore’s shelter drawings

26

Mon 6 Mar

Film: When the last sword is drawn

21

Tue 7 Mar

Film: Entre les murs

21

Tue 7 Mar

Lecture: Existentialisms

15

Tue 7 Mar

Film: Son of Saul

20

Wed 8 Mar

Workshop: Translating poetry

13

Wed 8 Mar

Seminar: Visual and multimodal methods and their impact on educational research

16

Wed 8 Mar

Literature: Louise Doughty

3

Wed 8 Mar

Gig: De La Soul

6

3

5 14

6

Thu 9 Mar

Film: La chispa de la vida

21

Thu 9 Mar

Lecture: Anna Jackson

23

Thu 9 Mar

Lecture: Free speech, hate speech, faith speech

12

Thu 9 Mar

Lecture: Words as a peaceful weapon: translation’s role in the defence of human rights

14

Mon 3 Apr

Gig: Pulled Apart by Horses

8

Sun 12 Mar

Open Day: Disabled access day

10

Tue 11 Apr

Gig: Hell Yeah

8

Sun 12 Mar

Public History day: History for all: immigration in Norfolk and beyond

19

Lecture: Bringing back Yoshikono: Songs of 7-7-7-5 in WWII-era Osaka Rakugo magazine

18

APRIL

Sun 12 Mar

Gig: White Lies

6

Thu 20 Apr

Mon 13 Mar

Lecture: Gains and losses: a look at Argentina’s economic and social changes after a year of right-wing government

Fri 21 Apr

Art: Mini-studio

26

19

Tue 25 Apr

Film: Five Moons Square

20

Mon 13 Mar

Debate: How far to go to gender equality?

10

Wed 26 Apr

Literature: Ed Balls

Tue 14 Mar

Film: Elena

20

Tue 14 Mar

Lecture: Partnerships, politics and practice: academic life in the health sciences

Thu 27 Apr

Seminar: Seeing differently, doing differently: challenges for education projects in Southern Africa

16

11

Fri 28 Apr

Talk: The life and work of Giorgio Morandi

24

Wed 15 Mar

Gig: Black Star Riders

Thu 16 Mar

Lecture: Dr Maki Fukuoka

23

MAY

Thu 16 Mar

Lecture: Making sense of adversarial interpreting in legal contexts

14

Tue 2 May

Film: Barbara

20

Thu 16 Mar

Lecture: What are ‘British’ values?

12

Wed 3 May

Literature: Ali Smith

3

Thu 16 Mar

Literature: George Saunders

3

Wed 3 May

Concert: Lunchtime concert

9

Thu 16 Mar

Gig: Frank Carter and the Rattlesnakes

8

Thu 16 Mar

Lecture: In a lively place: spaces of Japanese scriptwriting

18

Thu 4 May

Lecture: Positioning interpreters in third sector services for survivors of domestic violence

14

Fri 17 Mar

Art: Mini-studio

26

Tue 9 May

Film: The Mirror

20

6

WHAT’S ON

30

Sun 26 Feb

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